What We Do
RINS volunteers invest thousands of miles and hours monitoring nesting birds of prey across the State of Utah. Volunteers from all walks of life provide their time and effort to help RINS achieve its goals of preservation and awareness. To get an inside glimpse of the RINS project, click here.
RINS is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit and gratefully accepts donations. To learn more about contributing to RINS click here.
Resources for Volunteers
RINS utilizes an online line data-entry tool for volunteers to enter their fieldwork and monitoring data.
A collection of helpful links for RINS volunteers and those interested in birds of prey visit Suggested Websites
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